Here’s what Thailand looked like this past week. Find more on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

 

A transgender woman gives a fingerprint Wednesday at a recruitment center in Nakhom Phanom province. <strong>Read: <a href="http://www.khaosodenglish.com/politics/2017/03/30/draft-day-thai-media-asked-not-ridicule-trans-women/">This Draft Day, Thai Media Asked Not to Ridicule Trans Women</a></strong>
A transgender woman gives a fingerprint Wednesday at a recruitment center in Nakhom Phanom province. Read: This Draft Day, Thai Media Asked Not to Ridicule Trans Women
A look inside Bangkok’s new library on Friday. Read: Largest Public Library in Bangkok Opens (Photos)
A policeman in Khon Kaen stops a pickup truck on Wednesday apparently violating the newly enforced rule of no riding in the back. Read: Starting Now, You Can’t Ride in Back of a Truck (So Say the Police)
PM Prayuth ‘Tuu’ Chan-ocha has a go Monday at operating a BTS train on the way to the newly opened Samrong station. Read: There’s Life After Bearing: BTS Samrong Opens
With a sign decrying the draft as 'outdated and unnecessary,' activist 'Frank Netiwit' Tuesday defers enlistment for one year. This year, army recruitment takes place April 1-12.
With a sign decrying the draft as ‘outdated and unnecessary,’ activist ‘Frank Netiwit’ Tuesday deferred enlistment for one year. This year, army recruitment takes place April 1-12.

 

A shipping vessel crashed into riverside homes Wednesday in Samut Prakan. Read: Photos: Ship Crashes Into Chao Phraya River Homes
PM Prayuth with children playing with banana leaves on Tuesday at Government House. He urged the public to celebrate this year’s Songkran by observing Thai tradition and staying safe on the roads.